This is the first blog post in a new category #GeekListener. Here, I’ll publish all tweets, which I’ve liked for the previous week. It makes even more sense, after Twitter has replaced “stars” with “hearts”. I’m following JVM tweets and software development tweets in general, so digest lays exactly in this space.
Firstly, what was happening during last week? Two outstanding events indeed, like JavaOne and SparkSummit. What can I say about them? Well, I wasn’t in attendance at both of them. And while I’m absolutely not upset about JavaOne, my absence at SparkSummit makes me cry.
So let’s start this tweets overview!
Looks like Oliver Gierke is a real troll and he says hello to all NodeJS adepts. I can’t disagree with him, because the old school Swagger and the new school Spring-RestDocs do their job well. So Oliver receives a solid +1 to his developer’s karma for the sarcasm.
— Oliver Gierke (@olivergierke) November 4, 2015
Our next participant is Jacek Laskowski. He forces us to thinking about Spark and ask a question to him. Ok, Jacek, my question is “In which projects do you recommend to start usage of Spark?”. It’s really interesting question for me.So do not shy to ask a question, espesialy whaen you have a chance to get an answer.
When you think #ApacheSpark, what questions do you have? I'd like to offer you an answer (to improve my understanding :))!
— Jacek Laskowski (@jaceklaskowski) November 2, 2015
I guess that Dave Nicolette has met with agile conference boys who think that they are real software architects. So he decided to throw all his rage in a single tweet. Dave, I share your hurt on 100%. It’s a very bad when you have a well known in a developers world so called “Scrum-Agile-Sindrom”.
After years of agile conferences, many software developers are proficient with Lego but don’t know what Single Responsibility Principle is.
— Dave Nicolette ن ✡ ☽ (@davenicolette) October 30, 2015
Girls are so girls. Manisha Agarwal managed to write a technical tweet as a regular pink status in a facebook. If I was her boyfriend I would have thought that she wanted to damp me.
“More software improvement is made by removing code than by adding it.” The same is true of life!
— Manisha Agarwal (@manisha72617183) October 29, 2015
Oxymoron of the year: Java EE microservice
— Tomasz Kowalczewski (@tkowalcz) October 28, 2015
That’s all for this week. Comment, share and stay in touch!
Have a good production deployment on this Friday =)